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Edric, Spymaster of Trest
Legendary Creature — Elf Rogue
Whenever a creature deals combat damage to one of your opponents, its controller may draw a card.
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7 months ago
Leovold, Transient of Trest
Legendary Creature - Elf Citizen
~ enters the battlefield with X Bribery Counters on it.
Remove a Bribery Counter from ~: The next time an opponent would draw more than one card, instead they reveal the top card of their library, then draw a card. Activate this ability only once each turn.
Whenever ~ has no Bribery counters on it, tap it and target opponent gains control of it.
"Once, everyone was on his payroll. Now, here he lies, cashing in his remaining favors just to survive."
Not nearly as strong as his normal counter part, yet still taxing on opponents. Neat!
9 months ago
Hello, I also have a chulane deck that is more on the competitive side. May I ask what your budget is looking like? There are many additions you could make for fairly cheap that would greatly improve the deck. Lotus Cobra pairs nicely with Tireless Provisioner for 2 mana per land Panharmonicon can substitute for Cloudstone Curio to allow Shrieking Drake and Village Bell-Ringer to combo off with mana producing creatures. I understand wanting cards like Edric, Spymaster of Trest and Rashmi, Eternities Crafter and while they are not necessarily bad. They lend themselves to a different gameplan than what Chulane is really good at. I would sub these out in favor of more cheap mana dorks maybe even adding in the elf ball staples like Wirewood Symbiote, Quirion Ranger and Priest of Titania for large mana producing creature to untap.
Heres my list if you are looking for less budget friendly upgrades it would be a good place to start. My list is by no means perfect so keep that in mind. https://tappedout.net/mtg-decks/chulane-etb-combo/
1 year ago
I would remove Divination and replace it with Rhystic Study
Just a proxy would work for you
also a Beastmaster Ascension
1 year ago
My Sisay deck runs a politics subtheme, with legends like Arvad the Cursed and Urza's Ruinous Blast (notably not tutorable) to close out the game with. A surprising amount of legends do political things- Edric, Spymaster of Trest, Gahiji, Honored One, Selvala, Explorer Returned, etc.
It's all about finding a theme with a lot of legends and rolling with it in my opinion. That said, I am also a very casual player, favoring fun synergies over actually winning the game. Interpret my opinions with that understanding.
1 year ago
Yeah i would say aggro doesnt exist in commander like it does in 60 card formats. Aggro decks in 20 life like RDW rely on their 7+4 to 5 cards they draw in a game to be played on curve to be enough resources to deal lethal. Obviously thats never going to happen in 4 player commander. I think you need at least a source of card draw even in the lowest to the ground cmc aggro decks. Most of the time these decks have it in the command zone ie Edric, Spymaster of Trest. The closest things ive seen to the playstyle are decks like Mogis, God of Slaughter that use universal burn like Harsh Mentor to put people in range of their combat damage via myriad or Tectonic Giant etc.
1 year ago
griffstick, I'm about to update this list but one thing I've found is that there are enough nonbasic lands that come into play untapped and produce a B and something else that I can essentially run BBB cards like Dark Prophecy while still having access to W, R, and U splashes. So I'm going to see what I can do with that.
Other than that I found a lot of 1-drop evasive or deathtouch black creatures, some of which are even zombies so I'm thinking I can make this function a lot like an Edric, Spymaster of Trest deck but with more colors. I'm about to update the list in a second.
1 year ago
Looks like a fun deck. I see you're pretty dedicated to the faerie theme which is rad, but I think if you wanted to improve the deck power-wise you could swap out some of the high-cost creatures for evasive 1-drops like Slither Blade, Mist-Cloaked Herald, Gudul Lurker, etc. The more 1-drops you have, the higher your odds to play 1 on turn 1 and 2 on turn 2, then you will be primed to make 3 faerie tokens when Halsin drops on turn 4.
You might consider these cards too: Bident of Thassa, Edric, Spymaster of Trest, Coastal Piracy, Toski, Bearer of Secrets, Reconnaissance Mission, Ohran Frostfang, Druids' Repository, Storm the Citadel